Maneb introduces IDs for PSLCE exam candidates

Malawi Nations Examinations Board (MANEB) has introduced identity cards for internal candidates at Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) examination level as part of stepping up security of national examinations.

Previously, only external candidates at PSLCE examination level used to have such identity cards, just like candidates at JCE and MSCE examination levels.

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As the public might be aware, some arrests have been made over the years, bordering on impersonation at this (PSLCE) examination level.

The latest arrest was during the administration of this year’s PSLCE examination where a secondary school candidate was caught red-handed, writing the examination on behalf of the registered candidate.

This introduction of IDs, therefore, means that all candidates at PSLCE examination level, both internal and external, will have to pay a K700 ID processing fee as part of registration for next year’s examinations.

The rule of “no ID, no exam” has since been extended to all PSLCE exam candidates hence all candidates should ensure they have this ID.

Registration for 2015 national examinations closes on November 5.


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8 thoughts on “Maneb introduces IDs for PSLCE exam candidates”

  1. Mau anga says:

    Ofcourse it is a welcome move but the time is not enough for registration coz it is something newly which needs an ample time.

  2. KAZOWA says:

    DPP shame on you.

  3. ZEZE says:

    Koma Zero Aid Budget yafikapotu mpaka k700 primary id. Ngati ili security measure bwanji osapanga ulele?

    Tikuziwa kuti ndi fundraising to support Z.A.B. Tamvanso zoti mukufuna kuyambisanso msonkho uja makolo athu amathamangisidwa nkumenyedwa mpaka kuphedwa kumene.
    Shame on you dpp

  4. Muamar Mkandawire says:

    Really, primary education is expensive than before!

  5. Chiye Nang'omba says:

    osauka alibe mawu!

  6. manman says:

    yes no cash no part tm no education

  7. zandiwawa says:


  8. dopababi shopa says:

    No free primary education in MW. Pupils pay over K1000 for part time, K500 development, cost of note books, pens,school uniform,K500 for printung termunal tests. K400 for report card. Is this free primary Education?

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